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Typological database
This page allows you to compare typological data across conlangs on CWS.
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LanguageParameterValueOwner
SRTA Standard RetenianPast tense remotenessNo degrees of remotenessVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianBase counting systemDecimal (10)Victorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianPronoun persons1st/2nd/3rd personsVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianMarked person (verb)1st/2nd/3rd personsVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianSyllable structureModerate (CVC max)Victorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianRelative clause morphologyAdjectival/VerbalVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianNegation markingAdverbVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianCoding of evidentialityAffix or cliticVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianPronoun-noun possessionAffix/CliticVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianNoun-adjective orderAdjective firstVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianMorphological typologyAgglutinativeVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianAnimacy distinctionsAnimate/InanimateVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianDouble negativesAmplify negativeVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianDefinite articleDistinct articleVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianIndefinite articleDistinct articleVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianReduplication functionAugmentative, intensityVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianConsonant inventory sizeAverageVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianVowel inventory sizeAverageVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianMarked tense (verb)Past, Present, FutureVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianPresence of /b/, /d/, and /g//b/, /d/, and /g/Victorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianLabial typesLabials and /w/Victorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianValence increasing voicesCausative onlyVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianScript typeCombination of systemsVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianUnmarked moodDeclarative or indicativeVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianDemonstrative proximityDistal/Medial/ProximalVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianUnmarked evidentialDirect/witness/firsthandVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianPrimary directional systemRelative egocentric (right/left)Victorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianRelative clause headGappedVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianNoun-noun possessionGenitive or possessive caseVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianAdposition head-directionalityHead finalVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianNoun head-directionalityHead finalVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianVerb head-directionalityHead finalVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianReduplication formMultiple formsVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianVowel phonationNo distinctions (modal only)Victorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianFuture tenseVerb conjugationVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianNoun-numeral orderNumeral firstVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianConsonant-vowel ratioModerately highVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianPrimary writing systemMultiple scripts usedVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianContour clicksNo clicksVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianCoarticulation / Consonant seriesNoneVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianGlottalised consonantsNo glottalised consonantsVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianPhonation typesNo distinctionVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianToneNo phonemic toneVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianAlienabilityNo alienabilityVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianPossession distinctionsNoneVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianVowel harmonyNoneVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianVowel harmony scopeNo vowel harmonyVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianVowel harmony exemptionsNo vowel harmonyVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianAdjective agreementNoneVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianStress marked?NoVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianMorphosyntactic alignmentNominative/AccusativeVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianCopula droppingNoneVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianFixed stress locationNoneVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianInclusive/exclusive pronounsNo distinctionVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianNoun incorporationNoneVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianRetroflex consonantsNoneVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianUvular consonantsNoneVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianDual pluractional formsNo pluractionalityVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianSuppletion in pluractional formsNo pluractionalityVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianPluractionalityNoVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianNumber of nominal casesOne caseVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianValence decreasing voicesPassive onlyVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianUnmarked tensePresentVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianReciprocalsPronounVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianReflexivesPronounVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianPresence of /p/, /t/, and /k//p/, /t/, and /k/Victorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianPolar question markingQuestion particleVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianNoun-relative clause orderRelative clause firstVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianNasalsNasal stops onlyVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianNumber of pronominal casesSeven casesVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianMass/noncount nounsTreated as singularVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianNoun numbersSingular/PluralVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianPronoun numbersSingular/PluralVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianPhonemic vowel lengthShort/LongVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianPrimary word orderSOVVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianVerb agreementSubject onlyVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianOptativeOther verb conjugation usedVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianTense/aspect suppletionTense onlyVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianPossessor-possessee orderVariesVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianEvidentiality distinctionsWitness/nonwitnessVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianClick phonationsNo clicksVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianClick releasesNo clicksVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianPronoun dropping?YesVictorinox
SRTA Standard RetenianConstituent dislocation possibleYesVictorinox
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